Cory Marks is continuing to get recognized for his music.
The 32-year-old North Bay artist has been nominated for four Country Music Association of Ontario Awards (CMA).
Marks is nominated for Single of the Year for "Blame it on the Double." He is nominated for Video of the Year for the same tune.
He is also nominated in the Songwriter of the Year for the same catchy song.
Marks was also nominated for Album of the Year for Nashville Nights.
Marks went to social media to react to the nominations.
"It’s been another one of those roller coaster years but I’m very happy to have an opportunity to be nominated for a number of awards this year right in my home province of Ontario," said Marks.
"To my CMAOntario Awards family, I hope you consider me for any of these nominations listed for this years CMAO awards. Sincerely, thank you!"
The CMA Awards event will take place on June 5, at 7 p.m. at Centennial Hall in London marking the 10th anniversary of the event.
“Live music is back, and I am ecstatic that the CMAOntario Festival & Awards will return to London to celebrate their 10th anniversary. London is a city filled with incredible musical talents, skilled industry professionals, remarkable venues and world-class music fans making London, Canada’s first UNESCO City of Music! Come discover what makes London such an exciting City of Music,” said London Mayor Ed Holder in a CMA release.
Tickets for the event go on sale today.